Gifts? Look no further!
I encourage you to take a look here at my most beautiful photographs, each available in the form of products from phone cases to t-shirts to puzzles and canvas prints! Click on the word “here” (above) or on this graphic, which captures something of the range of photos available on my fineartamerica page!
More featuring of other artists: Birds in flight!
Along the lines of a couple of my posts yesterday, here are more GORGEOUS photos, almost all by other photographers. The theme of all of these works of art is BIRDS IN FLIGHT. I hope you enjoy them as much as I do! My several should be in positions 17-20. Oh, and FineArtAmerica, sponsoring this…
The Wise Rabbit
I am excited about, and grateful to, my fellow Flagstaff AZ resident who bought a print of my photo, The Look of Wisdom just now (11/4/22). Yay! https://fineartamerica.com/saleannouncement.html?id=e49615171522f7c9d60440918ca21cee Looking for holiday gift items? Tons of choices here— https://jim-wilce.pixels.com/galleries.html
Puddingstone Reservoir February 2022
“Puddingstone” is the common name referring to the artificial lake at Frank G. Bonelli Regional Park in San Dimas, southern California. It is an excellent site for birding. I was there, outdoorswithcamera, on February 8 and 9. This post focuses on waterfowl photos, all available as digital downloads. I am still saving up for a…
Pattern Repetition: Parallelism in Nature
Scroll down now if you want to skip the musings of this former academic and just see the photos! Most of my professional life was spent in linguistic anthropology— that subfield of anthropology dealing with the role of language in culture and society. Many of us linguistic anthropologists study poetics. Russian emigré and Harvard professor…
Launching My Photography Business With This Post! Birds, Bees, And Their Habitat in Claremont, CA
For the very first time, I am making it simple for people to buy my photographs. Read more to see what photos are for sale, how to buy them, etc.! Claremont California occupies a special place in my heart, not only because loved ones live there but because many of my formative years were th…
Red-tailed hawk in Claremont, CA
A week ago my wife and I visited my home town, Claremont California. Whenever I go there I prioritize taking a walk along Thompson Creek. As we walked, something caught my eye—a hawk on a 15-foot-high eucalyptus branch. I began to photograph what was apparently a red-tailed hawk. The next thing I know, another hawk…